- Ja Rule thought a live stream battle between him and 50 Cent would be a good idea
- Fat Joe put Ja Rule on loudspeaker during an Instagram Live session in which the idea was proposed
- Fans are buzzing, it is going to be a battle for the books and we cannot wait to see who drops the mic on this one
Ja Rule has proposed a live stream battle with 50 Cent and fans are buzzing! The two have history so if the battle goes down, things could get real juicy.
The hip-hop scene has taken things back to the streets during all this quarantining – live stream battles have been going down!
Briefly.co.za learnt that Ja Rule publicly approached 50 Cent about a live stream battle on social media just the other day.
Fat Joe put Ja Rule on loudspeaker during an Instagram Live session where the idea was proposed. Ja Rule made it clear that he’s bringing the fire so 50 Cent better be prepared to be burnt.
The hype is real and fans cannot wait to see these two battle their beef out live on social media.
There was an instant divide when the battle news broke – you can’t back both Ja Rule and 50 Cent, you gotta pick a side.
While the tension between the two stems from serious matters - stabbing and jail serious - we can only hope that Ja Rule and 50 Cent keep things clean.
It is going to be a battle for the books and we cannot wait to see who drops the mic on this one!
In other news, things between Cassper Nyovest and Tshego got a little heated during Tweezy and Gemini’s Instagram Live session.
Cassper and Tshego have some history from their days spent together as Family Tree friends, but no one thought there was any bad blood between them.
Cassper and Tshego took jabs at one another during Tweezy and Gemini’s Instagram Live session.
Tshego and Cassper had a little go at one another on social media back in December 2019. The two threw around some words regarding their previous partnership, but nothing too hectic.
The clearly unsettled drama sparked again during Tweezy and Gemini’s Instagram Live, and the two had it out.
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